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September 17, 1976 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-09-17

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NEWS

Friday, September 17, 1976 13

Schindler Raps
Ford, Carter

NEW YORK (JTA)
President Ford and
Democratic Presidential
candidate Jimmy Carter
were blasted for their re-
jection of the Jackson-
Vanik amendment in
favor of quiet diplomacy
Pc the approach to
._.•achieve free emigration
for Jews and others in
East European countries.
Rabbi Alexander M.
Schindler, president of
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations,
who has just returned
from a six--day "official"
visit to Rumania, told
mbers of the UAHC's
ecutive Committee
that current hearings in
Congress linking emigra-
tion to an expansion of
the most favored nation
status to East European
nations, including
Romania, would never be
taking place without the
leverage of the Jackson-
Vanik amendment.

MICHIGAN PRESIDENTIAL
INSTANT
GAME

Ministries Urged
to Buy Israeli

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The ministries of Defense
and Health, which purch-
ase substantial amounts
of merchandise abroad
have been urged to start
buying more Israeli pro-
ducts.
The directors general of
both ministries were
summoned by Minister of
Commerce and Industry
Haim Barley. He
explained the need to
switch to local merchan-
dise, mainly to save gov-
ernment foreign curr-
ency.

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Libyans Attempt
to Set New Image

UNITED NATIONS
(JTA) — Diplomatic
sources said that Libya
was making strenuous ef-
forts to dissociate itself
from aerial hijacking and
other acts of terrorism as
a result of Israel's recent
accusation that Libya is a
center of international
terrorism.
According to the dip-
lomats, Libyan represen-
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gates that Libya does not
support terrorists. But
Libya's role in the Air Fr-
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urity Council's debate on
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sion last July.

Change in Liturgy
Sought by Women

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NEW YORK — A task
force on equality of
women in Reform
,J-lidaism has begun a
paign to eliminate
ii-i. asculine terminology in
Jewish liturgy.
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the New York Federation
of Reform Synagogues,
listed the terms the task
force called masculine
and offered suggestions
for suestitutions. Objec-
tionable were "Lord,"
"Father," "King," "Mas-,
ter" and "His." "God" was
Considered to -be non-
sexist.
The task force recom-
mended that "God," "Al-
mighty," "Blessed One"
or "Creator" be used.

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